Each year, the GEBG hosts an annual Global Educators Conference to support our member schools. Our goal is to showcase the range and quality of 3rd party providers recommended by our member schools, and to facilitate opportunities for schools to form new connections. Our expectations are high for these organizations and the services they offer.

There is an application process for organizations interested in connecting with our community. We have a limited number of spaces for sponsors and exhibitors and will make an effort to highlight different organizations each year, acknowledging that those selected will represent a fraction of the number of outstanding organizations available.

We welcome organizations that offer the following services:

  • Global curriculum
  • Technology for global education
  • Travel/language programs
  • Professional development
  • Recruitment and support for international students
  • Risk management
  • Semester or year-long programs

Sponsorship is the most visible way to connect with our community of school leaders, and supports GEBG as a non-profit working with our members to grow the field of global education in K-12 schools.

Sponsor Benefits may include:

    • Organizations will be highlighted as one of a limited number of resources recommended by member schools
    • Invitation to sponsor luncheon with GEBG leadership
    • Premium exhibitor spaces
    • Complimentary conference registration(s)
    • List of participating schools and organizations
    • Logo included on conference banner, website and program

Check out our sponsorship opportunities or email us at info@gebg.org to learn more.

Exhibiting: Exhibiting at the GEBG conference is a great way to build new and grow current partnerships with schools (full list of participating schools provided). Due to GEBG’s basic vetting of exhibitors, schools come to conference ready to learn more about you. Exhibiting includes table space and full access to conference programming, as well as listing for your organization in the conference program and on the GEBG website. The fee to exhibit at the GEBG conference is $1100 and $975 for non-profit organizations. The exhibiting fee includes the cost of one individual registration fee. If another representative of the organization wishes to attend, they will have to register at the non-member attendee rate of $575.

Other Partnership Opportunities: If you are interested in partnering with the GEBG on offering a pre-conference workshop at a future conference please email info@gebg.org with your proposal including a description of the goals, target audience and general structure for a 1 day workshop. We identify the topics for programming based on member needs and then reach out to partners doing that work, but this type of proposal helps us to understand your areas of expertise.

Application Information: The deadline to apply to exhibit is December 1st. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis after this date and will be considered based on availability. Please apply below.

Organization Information

One goal of our application process is to model, for our members, best practices for engaging and evaluating organizations. We appreciate your interest in joining us.
This description will appear in conference materials and on the GEBG website.
This is required to receive the non-profit exhibitor rate.
Here are a few questions to address in your answer: Do you have a risk management committee that oversees/reviews risk analysis? Do you complete written risk analysis and management for all locales visited and for all program activities? How are partner organizations and staff selected? What is the vetting process? How are leaders trained in risk management practices? How is risk management communicated to participants? Are these procedures evaluated regularly?
Please also address the following in your answer: Do you have a written emergency action plan specifically designed for each country and locale visited that addresses steps to be taken in the field during initial response that is known and understood by all participants and staff. Does your emergency action plan change for each locale visited? Are these procedures evaluated regularly?

Organization Contact Information